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Two Cook Islands university students have travelled to Japan as part of a fully-funded tourism and trade project.

The owner of Avarua’s sole lingerie store, Elizabeth Grace says if she could purchase larger sized mannequins than the ones she now has in her shop window, she would.

Five residents of the Cook Islands swore an oath on Queen Elizabeth II in a citizenship ceremony presided over by New Zealand High Commissioner Peter Marshall on Tuesday.

Yesterday the Cook Islands celebrated United Nations International Women’s Day (IWD), commemorated around the world every year on March 8.

Cook Islands Chief Justice Sir Hugh Williams will preside over criminal and civil court cases in the Cook Islands High Court for the next two weeks.

Inspiring leaders through rugby

Monday March 06, 2017

Tereora College First 15 rugby team has been invited to participate in the Annual Pacific Cup Rugby High School Championship.

In the wake of recent storms, Ministry of Agriculture Extension Officer, Brian Tairea has been called out to attend to damage on a number of trees around Rarotonga

New head for youth council

Thursday March 02, 2017

The Cook Islands National Youth Council (CINYC) has a new president.

The official handover of $966,000 from the government of India to the government of the Cook Islands took place yesterday.

Araura College on Aitutaki has chosen its student leaders for the 2017 school year.

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